Des Moines, IALincoln High School
Not only is Bernstine, a four-star rated Rivals100 prospect, the top player in the state of Iowa this year, but maybe in the last five years. The talented safety didn't just show up to a NIKE event and combines this year and compete, but he dominated. Running a sub 4.4-second 40-yard dash was just the beginning. He also showed off his 41-inch vertical leap and weighed in at 200 pounds. Bernstine averaged 11.6 yards on the ground last year for Lincoln while also having 75 tackles with four interceptions on defense. Bernstine can do it all and his mountain of offers backs that up. Schools from coast to coast such as UCLA, Pittsburgh, Purdue, Texas A&M, Kansas State, Nebraska, Iowa, and Illinois have already sent offers his way.
Head-hunter at linebacker that could spin down to DE with his frame.
Extremely talented receiver that should fit the Iowa offense nicely.
Another impressive get for Iowa in its own backyard.
Oskaloosa, IAOskaloosa Senior
Sash should be known as Slash because he can do a number of things well.
Des Moines, IARoosevelt
ISU fell in love with Brown at its summer camp.
|3 stars||6'3"||230||Iowa St.|
West Des Moines, IAValley High School
Might not have the jets as other WRs but he catches everything.
|2 stars||6'0"||168||Iowa St.|
If he improves his footwork, stock could go up.
Heading to Northern Iowa after de-comitting from Iowa State.
|2 stars||6'4"||245||Northern Iowa|
Eldridge, IANorth Scott
Not the fastest or strongest, but makes a lot of plays.
|2 stars||6'3"||195||Northern Iowa|